Oftentimes we move because of a job. Moving is usually a bittersweet process. If you find yourself relocating to another city with little ones in tow, don't fret. Just remember that all situations can be used to teach your child about the fundamentals of life.
Some parents claim that giving their child control over the packing of their room was helpful. Keep in mind your child's age and temperament but even little ones can pack their stuffed animals!
As parents, we might assume that our children's fears are the same as our own. While we worry about the world with adult eyes, their imaginations create fears which we can not know unless they tell us. Don't discount your child's feelings. If they come to you with fears you should listen to their concerns, and then answer accordingly. For example, a four year old might say, "I am scared, will it be so cold we die?” You should not brush off their words. Rather bring them into your fold by saying, "I am very glad you told me what was making you worry.” “You don't have to be concerned about it being too cold, because Texas is actually very warm." When we interact with our children in a non-condescending manner then they feel comfortable sharing what is weighing on their hearts in the future.